What Linux x64 platforms support OpenCL without problems? I have already tried OpenSUSE 11.2 and Ubuntu 9.10 without any success - i get segfault on samples.
i tryed succesfully ubuntu 9.04 and 8.10
thank you for information. Is there any plans about late versions support?
Originally posted by: Hill_Groove Hello. What Linux x64 platforms support OpenCL without problems? I have already tried OpenSUSE 11.2 and Ubuntu 9.10 without any success - i get segfault on samples.
are you able to run CAL samples on OpenSUSE 11.2?
are you able to run OpenCL samples with CPU on OpenSUSE 11.2?
I checked CAL 32, 64 and CL 32, 64 samples (couple of each type) and got segmentation faults. There is also a probability that i did something wrong =) but i followed the instructions strictly.
I've just done the same on Ubuntu 9.04 and everything seems to be in order now.
I tried to run the CAL samples on OpenSUSE 64 an Ubuntu 8.10/64
Nothing worked (segfault).
As i've understood, the simplest way is to install one of declared platforms - OpenSuse11.0 or Ubuntu 9.04. On the other hand, nou said it should work on Ubuntu 8.10, so it is possible there is a mistake in installation.
Did anyone try to compile the sample SDKs with g++ version 4.1.2 (SUSE Linux)? If yes please let me know.
I get the following error. while compiling
../../../../../lib/x86_64/libOpenCL.so: file not recognized: File format not recognizedcollect2: ld returned 1 exit status
Thanks in Advance
gcc MUST be 4.3 or later.
Same here, seg faults and screen "twitches", but no running.....
Beta 4 works for me on debian/unstable. Yeah, "unstable", but hey it's a dev box not a server. Running stock debian kernel linux-image-2.6.31-1-amd64 - after adding kernel boot option "nopat" so fglrx's PAT implementation is used rather than linux's - you want it saying something like this in dmesg:
Thank you dgolden so much!
With your "nopat" trick everything is finally working here - archlinux x86_64 with kernel 2.6.32-bfs (but it should work good on every kernel) and with catalyst 9.12 hotfix http://support.amd.com/us/kbarticles/Pages/ATICatalyst912Hotfix.aspx (havent tested it on previous opencl supp drivers)
I have the ati-stream-sdk-v2.0-lnx64 running on the Gentoo Linux platform.
I use kernel amd64 2.6.30-r5 and ati drivers 9.11. I do get segfaults on the examples if I don't boot with the "nopat" boot option.
My video card is a ATI4650 card.
I know I should use version 9.11 of the ati drivers but I initially had problems getting a stable system with those drivers which I probably fixed by adding some different kernel configuration options. I will try the ati 9.12 drivers again.
I have only run about 8 of the examples so far, but they all seem to work.
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